• Baltazar Z. Erbabley Universitas Hein Namotemo
  • Muhammad Furqon Universitas Hein Namotemo
Keywords: strategy, mangrove forest, Tagalaya village


Tagalaya village has a potential of natural resources especially mangrove forests which are quite wide reaching 124.755 ha (RPJM Desa Tagalaya, 2015-2020). This makes the Tagalaya village's mangrove forests have enormous potential as a tourist attraction, both for domestic and foreign tourists. Somehow, this potential has not been optimally utilized due to various problems and obstacles encountered. The use of mangrove forest areas carried out by indigenous peoples in the Tagalaya Village is a local wisdom of the people which has been passed down for generations and has been going on for hundreds of years. This wisdom arises as part of the way people use natural resources to meet their daily needs. This research aims to increase the involvement of the parties to be more active in the process of tourism planning in the Tagalaya Village, and to synergize various policies and activities for tourism development in the Tagalaya Village. The stages of the Research Method are as follows: To formulate a development strategy, the SWOT analysis method is used, the Quantitative Strategic Planing Management (QSPM) matrix is ​​a further analysis to choose the best alternative strategy, and the criteria underlying the assessment according to Directorate General of PHPA (1993). The results of the quadrant analysis show that priority of tourism areas are in Quadrant I. This position illustrates that priority tourism areas are in a favorable situation where the area has opportunities and strengths, so that it can manage the development of priority areas facing a variety of threats, but still has internal strength . While the results of the Quantitative Strategic Planing Management (QSPM) analysis produced a number of strategies, including: Promoting the potential of mangrove 7.23 (first order value); and Strengthening the capacity of the apparatus of the adat / village community and the government 6.93 (second order value).

Author Biographies

Baltazar Z. Erbabley, Universitas Hein Namotemo

Program Studi Kehutanan

Muhammad Furqon, Universitas Hein Namotemo

Program Studi Kehutanan